Totally understand and agree with you. Unfortunately times being what they were, no one knew or considered the long term effects of anything back in those days. Smoking being a classic example. And even if they did know about it, I’m sure there were some that would disregard the warnings …. Again … looking at people today …. Smoking being the example.I can't get over the illustration. Here's a few gallons of Acetone and a rag, have at it.
More concerned about the flammability than your personal health.
Just crack a window and let a nice breeze flow through la dee da, don't even need a respirator or anything.
"Sir The fumes are making me dizzy"
"Yeah they'll do that"
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I don't think sprayeble water based lacquenr existed 80 years ago. From my experience acrylic lacquer came around in the 1980's at the same time as water based car paints. Acrylic doesn't flow out like cellulose and is usually white prior to drying
Agreed. Poly-acrylate dye so perhaps poly-acrylate or similar sealer / finish.I know and agree, but do we see excessive yellowing on originals today, I don't own any so can't comment or add on that.
And the sealer could start cracking right after its cured. So the effectiveness of the process could be questioned if cellulose was used.
Agreed. Poly-acrylate dye so perhaps poly-acrylate or similar sealer / finish.